Lottes Ballroom

Dance by Dominique Dumais and Kevin O'Day

The Magic Flute

Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Caucasian Chalk Circle

"Der Kaukasische Kreidekreis"
Bertolt Brecht's parable play from 15 January in St. Andreas

Choir Concert

Highlights from song, opera, operetta and musical
in the Theaterfabrik Blaue Halle
Two additional dates on 11.2. and 18.2.

Die glückliche Hand
Gianni Schicchi

in the Theaterfabrik Blaue Halle

Ich bin wie ihr, ich liebe Äpfel

in the Council Chambers

Season 21/22

is online!


Wed 19.1.
20:00 - 21:20
Keller Z87
Es sagt mir nichts, das sogenannte Draußen
by Sybille Berg
Wed 19.1.
20:00 - 21:00
by Kai Hensel



Your visit to us
Access requirement: 2G-Plus
To ensure that we all have a carefree theatre or concert experience, we are implementing extensive measures.

Only vaccinated and recovered persons WITH AN ADDITIONAL CERTIFIED, NEGATIVE TEST (antigen rapid test max. 24 hours old) have access to Mainfranken Theatre events and venues. An exception is made for persons who are considered "boostered".

During performances, everyone aged 16 and over is required to wear an FFP2 mask.

In our Corona Etiquette guide you will find all the information you need about access requirements and infection control measures
- 2G-Plus Rule
- 2G booster rules
- Rules for children and young people
- Mask obligation and distance
- Purchase of admission tickets
- Collection of your contact details
- Cloakroom and catering
- Bus shuttle and parking

We are looking forward to your visit!

Der kaukasische Kreidekreis

Bertolt Brecht's parable play from 15 January in the Church of St. Andreas
From 15 January, the Mainfranken Theater Würzburg will present Bertolt Brecht's Der kaukaische Kreidekreis ("The Caucasian Chalk Circle") in a new venue. With its impressive architecture, the Church of St. Andrew in Würzburg's Sanderau neighbourhood provides a symbolic stage for the play.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle tells the story of the kitchen maid Grusche, who takes care of a defenceless child in the confusion of the thirty-year war. To save both their lives, she pretends it is her own. When the natural mother demands the boy back at the end of the war in order to get her husband's inheritance through him, the case ends up in court. The trial culminates in the famous chalk circle rehearsal, which is supposed to clarify the motherhood.


New since 15.12.:
Testing obligation not necessary after "booster vaccination"
Since 24.11. we have been implementing the 2G-Plus Rule to ensure that we can all enjoy a carefree theatre or concert experience.

In addition, from 15 December, the obligation to test is dropped for people who have already received their 3rd vaccination. The so-called "booster vaccination" must have been given at least 15 days ago.

What does this mean for your visit to the theatre?

Only fully vaccinated persons (proof of vaccination required) or convalescents (proof required) WITH AN ADDITIONAL CERTIFIED NEGATIVE TEST (rapid antigen test max. 24 hours old, PCR test max. 48 hours old) have access to Mainfranken Theatre events and venues.

An overview of the testing stations in the city of Würzburg can be found here, in the district of Würzburg here. Self-tests cannot be accepted, also on-site self-testing is not possible.


Since 15.12.21, persons who have already received the 3rd vaccination (so-called "booster vaccination") no longer need to submit a negative test. The 3rd vaccination must have been given at least 15 days ago.

Please note:
Without valid certificates/valid proof AND IDENTITY PROOF (e.g. ID card) on site, we unfortunately cannot grant you access to our events.

Please have the relevant certificates/proofs and your ID ready to show at the entrance.

You are required to wear an FFP2 mask during the performances.

All important information and detailed regulations (e.g. for children and young people) can always be found in the

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The Mainfranken Theater Würzburg holds a successful tradition of more than 200 years. Attractively situated close to the Würzburg Residence, the theater stages opera, drama, dance, as well as concerts of the Philharmonic Orchestra. It offers a versatile program with around 420 shows per season.